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Facebook hires former deputy PM Sir Nick Clegg

BBC Technology News - 24 min 45 sec ago
The former Liberal Democrat leader will head Facebook's global affairs and communications team.

Metadata-farming, data-silo-killing startup: Go on. Bring us your unstructured stuff

The Register - 41 min 1 sec ago
Former Primary Data boss talks to El Reg about Hammerspace

+Comment Newcomer on the storage software-as-a-service scene Hammerspace announced the general availability of its eponymous SaaS application this week. This software has been engineered using technology from Primary Data – yes, that Primary Data – applied to hybrid IT and cloud environments, providing a SaaS cloud-control plane.…

Sounds like a massive, risky UK.gov scheme, but let's not keep too many tabs on it, OK?

The Register - 43 min 43 sec ago
Spending watchdog slams transparency and record-keeping on major projects

The UK's spending watchdog has said it isn't possible to tell whether the biggest and most risky government projects are doing what they're supposed to because of poor records and incomplete reporting.…

These $35 AirPod alternatives are way better than you'd expect - CNET

cNET.com - News - 52 min 16 sec ago
Cheapskate exclusive! Smart design, secure fit, great sound -- what more could you want? Plus: stock up on scary movies with Vudu's KILLER $4.99 deal. (Come on, you liked it.)

Vivaldi 2.0 review: The modern Web browser does not have to be so bland

Ars Technica - 1 hour 7 min ago

Vivaldi

The Web browser is likely the most important piece of software on your hardware, whatever that hardware may be. In fact, whenever a new bit of hardware arrives that somehow lacks a way to browse the Web, invariably one of the first things enthusiasts will do is figure out a way to run a browser on it.

Despite their ubiquity, though, there remains very little difference between common Web browsers. Most people seem to get by with whatever was installed by default, and no wonder. Modern browsers like Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera are largely indistinguishable both in appearance and features—why bother with one over the other?

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5G is coming, but not everyone is happy about it - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 13 min ago
Despite the promises of better wireless service, the prospect of more antennas on city streets is prompting one California neighborhood to fight Verizon and the FCC.

Campaign 2018: Artificial intelligence is automating attacks on political campaigns - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 38 min ago
Google and Microsoft are helping political campaigns defend against hackers using automated attacks to target the midterm election.

iPhone XS Max camera takes on Fleet Week - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 42 min ago
We get up close to an amphibious assault ship, grab high-speed shots of the Blue Angels and meet sailors on shore leave.

iPhone XR hands-on: Colorful phones make a great first impression - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 47 min ago
We take an early look at what sets the iPhone XR apart from the XS.

Insects with farts that smell like coriander assist in covering up Paris's aroma d'urine

The Register - 1 hour 57 min ago
Sightings of Asian stink bug in French capital spike

Oh, c'est mal, les punaises diaboliques sont arrivés à Paris! But before you pack the holy water if sojourning in the French capital this winter, you should know a clothes peg might be more suitable.…

We take the iPhone XS Max to Fleet Week - CNET

cNET.com - News - 2 hours 2 min ago
We wanted to find out how well Apple's new iPhone captures the color and detail of San Francisco's annual fest.

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly’s space photos put your Insta feed to shame - CNET

cNET.com - News - 2 hours 16 min ago
After spending a year in space, astronaut Scott Kelly now has a pretty sweet photo album.

19 photos from NASA astronaut Scott Kelly show Earth's 'Infinite Wonder' - CNET

cNET.com - News - 2 hours 17 min ago
During his Year in Space mission, Scott Kelly saw our planet in a new light. Now, a book of his "Earth Art" is sharing those images with the world.

Dyson Airwrap review: Dyson's Airwrap hair styler uses low heat, but it's full of hot air - CNET

cNET.com - Reviews - 2 hours 17 min ago
This $550 hair styling multitool has some kinks to work out.

Google takes down Esta service ads - but many remain

BBC Technology News - 2 hours 26 min ago
Many sites have been charging high rates since 2010 but Google has finally taken some of the ads down.

Facebook apologizes for showing baby product ads to woman who lost her child - CNET

cNET.com - News - 2 hours 31 min ago
The bereaved mother still saw the ads after sharing news of her loss on the site and changing her settings.

Peter Thiel's Palantir reportedly eyeing up $41bn IPO

The Register - 2 hours 32 min ago
Spies' fave data mining biz could go public as early as late 2019 – reports

CIA-backed data-mining business Palantir is reportedly in talks with banks to take the company public for a blockbuster sum, and could move as early as next year.…

This business card-sized Japanese phone bucks the giant-phone trend

Ars Technica - 2 hours 47 min ago

Kyocera

With Apple and most Android OEMs making increasingly larger phones while Apple discontinues the small iPhone SE, it's pretty clear where the smartphone market is going—at least for the near term. But that doesn't mean there aren't some companies bucking the trend by going smaller, not bigger. Earlier this week, we heard that Palm's brand is rebooting with a very small phone that's not meant to be your main portable computing device. But this phone from Kyocera is even smaller.

The Japanese company has been producing unusual phone designs off and on for years, like a Nintendo DS-like dual-screen handset in the early Android days. The latest experiment is the KY-O1L, a phone that would likely fit in one of the credit card slots in your wallet or purse. We said the Palm phone was "about the size of a credit card," and that was true—except in depth. This phone is a little closer to that goalpost in depth. Unfortunately, it's only being released in Japan—but it's an interesting concept to see even if you're not in that region.

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iPhone XR: Why the cheapest 2018 iPhone might be the one you want - CNET

cNET.com - Reviews - 2 hours 47 min ago
Apple's most colorful iPhone X is also its most affordable 2018 model.

European Commission: We've called off the lawyers over Ireland's late collection of Apple back taxes

The Register - 3 hours 2 min ago
Case closed month after Apple coughs $14.3bn in 'illegal State Aid'

The European Commission has decided to withdraw court action against Ireland over the delayed recovery of €14.3bn worth of back taxes that were ruled as illegal state aid, it has confirmed.…


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